The NTA revealed the JEE Main 2023 results on Saturday. Because of the normal number of question papers, the cutoff marks have increased this year. The cutoff for the general group increased by around 2%. The OBC-NCL, EWS, SC, and ST cutoff marks increased by 6%, 12%, 8%, and 11%, respectively. The exam was held in two shifts from April 6 to April 15.
There were 11,13,325 participants in total who took the exam, with 75,000 from Bihar. This year, 2.50 lakh of these students are eligible to sit for the JEE Advanced exam, and 14,000 Bihar candidates are eligible to take the JEE Advanced. The registration period for JEE Advanced began on April 30 and will end on May 7. The exam is set for June 4 at IIT Guwahati.
Process of JEE Advanced Registration
The registration period for JEE Advanced began on April 30 and will end on May 7.
Students can enroll in JEE Advanced by going to the official website, jeeadv.ac.in.
Only students who pass the JEE Main January and April sessions and obtain a top 2,50,000 All India rank will be eligible to take the JEE Advanced exam.
Category wise Cut off
|Category||Cut off||No. of students Appeared|
Toppers of JEE Main 2023
Students who have scored 100 percentile in JEE Mains
|S. No.||Application No.||Candidates Name||NTA score|
|5||230310146952||BIKKINA ABHINAV CHOWDARY||100|
|6||230310167803||DESHANK PRATAP SINGH||100|
|7||230310514845||DHRUV SANJAY JAIN||100|
|8||230310148001||DNYANESH HEMENDRA SHINDE||100|
|9||230310434666||DUGGINENI VENKATA YUGESH||100|
|19||230310666162||SUTHAR HARSHUL SANJAYBHAI||100|
|20||230310481885||VAVILALA CHIDVILAS REDDY||100|